News ID : 3974
Publish Date : 11 April 2020 - 09:02
While the world's major car brands are trying to get back to work by following health protocols, these companies have made body temperature measurement the first step in controlling the virus on their production lines, a move similar to that of domestic automakers to control the virus in production lines.
Khodrocar - Earlier, the world's major automakers announced that they would reopen their plants in mid-April, with Honda being one of the first companies to resume operations in Wuhan last week. However, with the rise of the coronavirus and the increase in the number of people infected with the virus, the uncertainty and confusion among them has reached its peak.

Global carmakers are stepping up their efforts to open factories and follow safety protocols created to produce artificial respiration devices in China and the United States in recent weeks. If they want to see if they have the virus, they will have a voluntary blood test.

Although some companies, such as General Motors, have stated that they do not believe that blood tests are useful, they use measures such as checking the body temperature of workers before entering the factories set up by Amazon to protect their workers. Aware of the health protocols, the company has reopened its plant in China.

Published reports suggest that many of the world's largest automakers, such as Ford, Fiat Chrysler, Toyota Motors and Honda Motors, intend to prevent further damage caused by the widespread outbreak of Coronavirus, which has shut down and shut down production lines. They led to the reopening of their factories in mid-April this year as they faced severe financial crises and the risk of bankruptcy and liquidity shortages, as well as heavy pressure from the government and health care institutions. They have and their social responsibility also prevents activity and resumption it has taken their production.

Last week, Volkswagen, the world's largest carmaker, announced that the closure and shutdown of its production lines would cost the German carmaker $ 2.2 billion a week, indicating that large car companies The world is deeply affected by the widespread outbreak of the coronavirus and is struggling with severe financial and economic crises with the closure and shutdown of its production lines.

Ford of the United States had previously announced the reopening of its plant, but Fiat Chrysler, which had been forced to downgrade during that time, said it would keep its company closed until April 14.

Honda, which said it would keep Ved plants closed until April 20, launched its plant in Wuhan, China, in the past three days by testing workers' body temperature and asking them to stay more than a meter apart. The company has taken body temperature testing workers and installed posters asking them to observe a distance of more than one meter from each other.

Workers, meanwhile, have been asked to announce where they were at the time of the coronavirus epidemic and the closure of the plant. Currently, 98% of the 12,000 workers at the Honda Dongfeng plant in Wuhan have returned to work, and the plant is working to make up for lost labor with overtime. According to the banner hanging from the roof of the factory, the current goal of its managers is to produce 1,237 vehicles per day, which is 17% higher than the 1,060 conventional production units of this factory.

The reopening of factories and the planning of the world's major car companies to return to work, while it was previously announced that these shutdowns will continue until the virus is eliminated, but with the increase in carmakers' losses, this time was reduced to mid-April.

Manufacturers and suppliers of cars believe that checking body temperature, daily health questionnaires, redesigning assembly lines to keep workers away from each other by 0.9 to 1.8 meters, and using masks and gloves can help keep these factories safe.

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